University of Glasgow Murano Street Student Vill

Address: 13 Caithness Street, Glasgow, Scotland, G20 7SB, United Kingdom | Inn
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This inn, located in the Kelvinside area of Glasgow, is near Botanic Gardens and Kibble Palace, The Mackintosh House, Royal Troon, and Queen's Cross Church.
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Travel Blogs from Glasgow

The Fellowship of the Ring "A Long Expected Party"

A travel blog entry by wolfbagger on Jun 29, 2015

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... entire time. Although, plenty spent bickering. I, on the other hand, spent the Summer listening to Nate Dogg and Warren G on a loop whilst packing boxes of new school supplies at Grampian regional council's purchasing warehouse in order to make a bit of cash for uni. The only highlight being the time I accidentally got myself locked in for the weekend and had to escape by rolling under the ...

More of Glasgow

A travel blog entry by spiderbobwebb on Oct 27, 2014

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... jumping back in the car to Anstruther for World Famous fish and chips (and lollies for the trip home). One of the lollies was Irn Bru Edinburgh Rock candy. Irn Bru is a bright orange soft drink only found in Scotland. It tastes a bit like creaming soda. On the drive home we got stuck in traffic but eventually got home. Jarrad and his friend Dave went to a live music venue known as King Tuts and Laura and I went home to fall asleep on the ...

You're eating alone?

A travel blog entry by jrl3710 on Jul 16, 2014

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... br> His scottish accent was so thick, I could only understand the question "You're eating alone?" and then jumble jumble jumble.

Unfortunately, that's the only experience of Scotland I had. I got up around 5:30am the next morning so I could have PLENTY of time to make my flight. I could not handle any complications on the trip home.

The hostel offered free breakfast, so I took my bowl of rice crispies to go, and ate it at the bus stop.
I ...

...but they shall never take our freedom!!!

A travel blog entry by jessgurn on Jun 27, 2014


... how each religion deals with these milestones. When the museum closed and I had to leave I travelled back to the McGuires for another treat - a home cooked meal! On my second full day in Glasgow I visited the Kelvin Grove Art Gallery and Museum which houses some very interesting displays, most of which with relevance to Glasgow. Such as the room devoted to the Glasgow Boys (a group of painters from Glasgow) and the displays of design. I enjoyed the natural history ...

Days 2&3: Stirling and Edinburgh

A travel blog entry by daniandmo on Jun 03, 2013

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... three times the price. It was really nice, like creamy soda mixed with fanta. After lunch we all went to Stirling Castle, and we were just amazed at how old the town was. The castle was great, and we did a guided tour for a bit with a very Scottish, very patriotic tour guide. We went into the Great Hall, which was apparently built by King James in the same proportions as Solomon's temple in Jerusalem (the same King James who made his own translation of the Bible). Allan, Dani's ...

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